Regular, free pet care news & advice
We hope you enjoy reading our wide range of pet care news and advice that’s free & updated monthly. In the articles below you’ll find preventative healthcare advice, as well as seasonal, local, and practical tips on how to keep your pets healthy and happy. If you’d like us to email you whenever we update the news then simply sign up below.
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Linsey Wallace explains about responsible small furry pet ownership
Responsible pet ownership applies to companions of the small furry variety too. Here are seven things you will need to consider.
Kitten care advice from the team at Avenues Vets
Our tips for bringing up a new feline arrival.
What to put in your rabbit’s first aid kit
Avenues Veterinary Centre’s nursing team advises what your rabbit’s first aid kit should include and why you might need it.
Learn how to remove a tick from your dog safely
Head nurse Linsey Wallace talks ‘ticks’, and how to spot one on your dog. Plus, read our step-by-step guide on how to remove ticks safety.
How to treat a cat that’s been stung by a bee
Head nurse Linsey Wallace wants cat owners in Lanarkshire to learn some basic first aid in case their cat gets stung by a bee.
Avenues Veterinary Centre’s advice on preparing your rabbit for spring
When it comes to vaccinations and allergies, is your rabbit ready for spring? Find out what your rabbit needs this season.
Linsey Wallace advises 5 things you can do to get your dog ready for spring
Get your dog ready for spring with canine vaccinations and a range of other preventative measures.
Feline vaccinations 101 – what you need to know
Nicola shares their advice on what owners of kittens and cats need to know about vaccinations, including what’s covered.
7 top tips on winter coat care for cats
Head nurse Linsey Wallace explains why your cat’s winter coat might be in distress and has 7 tips on how you can help.
20 most popular dogs breeds of 2020
Last year’s top dog breed may surprise you. Avenues Vets’ nursing team thinks it’s an excellent choice.